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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sosandar Plc LSE:SOS London Ordinary Share GB00BDGS8G04 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.225 -2.17% 10.15 10.00 10.30 10.375 10.15 10.38 920,947 15:59:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4.4 -3.5 -3.2 - 17

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2020
13:54
All done. Didn't take long for the bookbuild to complete.
forethought
12/2/2020
13:40
If I shorted I would have done so at 30p... Nothing wrong with the placing in the overall scheme of things.
davwal
12/2/2020
13:27
BACK THE TRUCK UP AND DUMP UR LOAD
onjohn
12/2/2020
12:37
SOS plenty dilution so expect 14p to 15p later this week
jamesto2
12/2/2020
12:07
Well done - I'm not a buyer but this is probably the best thing the company could have done to try to achieve some success - The future is prolonged further -
tomboyb
12/2/2020
11:59
Nice to see them getting on with it now rather than letting this drift and drift further.
forethought
12/2/2020
11:57
I'm happy. This'll put a floor in IMO. 3 purchaes for me since the rns and all showing as sells lol
thelongandtheshortandthetall
12/2/2020
11:36
All seems very sensible for a growth company. If they maintain growth rate of new customer sign-ups, levels of repeat business, margins etc then they really should go for it. It's a huge market and the growth will become self funding at some point. Not without risk of course but some of the negative tripe on here is laughable...
eezymunny
12/2/2020
11:27
17p placing..... £5m, today. f
fillipe
12/2/2020
11:26
morons who keep signing up to placing after placing after placing...... in the hope of..... goodness knows what...... (untold riches?) Not quite, it's the PI,s who get the flipped shares who are the suckers. IMO.
bsg
12/2/2020
09:28
IMO the critical thing is not so much the offer price, important though that is. It is trying to understand if any future placing is truly funding growth, or just keeping alive a failing business running out of cash. The sad fact is that AIM is full to the brim of the latter, mostly in the natural resources, and oil & gas sectors, companies that are never going to make any money but are kept alive by - not to put to fine a point on it - morons who keep signing up to placing after placing after placing...... in the hope of..... goodness knows what...... (untold riches?) So I do get why people like profitability, even in start ups and high growth companies. Profits validate the business model, they make it very easy to tell if the business model is working or not. And profits make share price valuation more straightforward too. I think AIM has too big and too recent a history of being a haven for con artists, and sensible investors don't want that kind of risk. But still, assuming the business model here works, it would be better for Sosandar's long term prospects to get their hands on as much cash now as they can, if at reasonable rates, and prioritise big marketing spend now, rather than wait and fund this through profits. The risk is increased, to be sure, and as such will and should hold the share price back for now, relative to a lower growth plan for early profits. But in the long term that kind of strategy has the potential create a far larger, far more profitable business and greater value for shareholders. So IMO there is a good chance of a further placing at some point and, if that is to fund genuine growth in a successful business, that is fine by me. But SOS does not seem to be running out of cash imminently, as some above have suggested. So I think if the share price fall is based on the cash burn ideas some have been expressing, it ought to represent a buying opportunity for anyone who invests in this space, understands the risks for what they are and sees the massive growth opportunity offered.
the millipede
11/2/2020
22:10
The only real yardstick of how the business is doing will be the next placing done at either a discount or a premium to the prevailing price, anything less than 15p would be very poor considering the business looks to have made decent progress, maybe 20p is justified.
danieldruff2
11/2/2020
21:13
FWIW the Stockopedia report from Jan 20, not written by Paul Scott, but the other guy who does the small cap reports sometimes, Graham Neary, was quite extensive and upbeat, albeit there needs to be an understanding that this is a start up, and as such is not likely to be profitable for a while, and also as such is not a suitable investment if you don't like start ups! Interesting flurry of posts today that seem a bit panicky. AFAICT the trading update was less than a month ago, it was broadly positive in that the company is doing what it said it would do, that is increasing marketing spend. Which, and I am sure you could all grasp this if only you could stop hyperventilating, will cause a temporary increase in cash burn. I would be surprised if the company felt any need to say any more for a while, either concerning the share price fall on low volumes, or about the state of the business over the past few weeks. Meanwhile, virtually nothing this company does involves China, as kindly investigated and highlighted by daburd (see post 2577 above). All in all, I think the share price fall is overdone.
the millipede
11/2/2020
19:45
SOS looking very sick and the difference is that it is heavily lossmaking and expected to make even bigger losses Less than 3 months cash left?
abarclay
11/2/2020
19:26
looks like big Paul is still dumping hmmmmm .. expect bad news soon.
transhoneyqueens
11/2/2020
18:31
By the way, I imagine ASOS and boohoo buy a fair bit from China. SPs looking very healthy. These 'no go stocks' eh?
swanvesta
11/2/2020
18:27
plenty lol- 10p needs to hold later next month
jamesto2
11/2/2020
16:57
daburd said above it was 5% of stock - knitwear? Of course, noone in government or NHS has thought of all the millions of chinese products on the shelves! [/sarcasm] The chinese people are living and dying in fear of this disease. Does anyone think the workforce would tolerate even the faintest sniffle in a factory? Also, official advice is that the virus is extremely unlikely to survive shipping.
swanvesta
11/2/2020
16:04
abarclay - do you know how much product they source from China?
markhowes
11/2/2020
15:58
would you buy clothes that have possibly had a chinese person wipe their nose on? Until we know the provenance of their factory in china thisis a no go stock
abarclay
11/2/2020
15:28
That 40% was over inflated in the share price - Would not be surprised to see this 15p or below that -
tomboyb
11/2/2020
15:27
how far will they let it plunge before releasing bad news everyone now expec ts
abarclay
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